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Article: Album Review

Lina Andonovska: A Way A Lone A Last

Read "A Way A Lone A Last" reviewed by Ian Patterson


Solo flute albums rarely clog up the world's second-hand vinyl bins. More's the pity, for the flute's sounds are timeless. In prehistoric times people played flutes made from bones and mammoth ivory--making the connection between the air inhaled and exhaled to produce music. Or sounds, for there is, and always has been, a fine line between ...

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Article: Live Review

Moers Festival 2017

Read "Moers Festival 2017" reviewed by Phillip Woolever


Moers Festival Moers, Germany June 5, 2017 Most questions and concerns regarding the present or future state of the Moers Festival could probably be answered just a few steps inside the staging grounds by looking at the smiling swarms. At the same time last year, such a scenario was much ...

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The 2017 Tibet House Benefit Concert

Read "The 2017 Tibet House Benefit Concert" reviewed by Mike Perciaccante


The 2017 Tibet House Benefit Concert Carnegie Hall The 30th Anniversary of the Tibet House Benefit Concert New York, NY March 16, 2017 The Tibet House is dedicated to preserving Tibet's rich and unique culture here in the United States. This is especially important because up to 95% ...

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Article: Album Review

MONOGLOT: MONOGLOT

Read "MONOGLOT" reviewed by Mark Sullivan


MONOGLOT comes by their band name honestly, a Swiss/German/Icelandic jazz/rock quintet based in Basel, Switzerland that speaks with one voice. Their music is all instrumental, and the improvisational elements clearly mark it as jazz, but the rock elements are strong as well. This is a contemporary group with one foot in the jazz tradition and another ...


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